For weeks now, the Clinton campaign has been referring in memos and conference calls to Obama’s "pattern" of saying one thing and doing another. And now the Obama campaign, in a memo today, writes of Clinton "she wasn’t telling the truth to Ohio voters," in describing her past opposition to Nafta. Citing her attendance of pro-Nafta meetings in her recently disclosed White House schedules, the Obama campaign accuses Clinton of misrepresenting her positions when she doesn’t think she’ll “get caught.”
"Something has to happen here or we leave the convention as a divided party," said Richard Ray, a superdelegate from Georgia who has vowed to stay uncommitted until all the primaries have completed. "And that is not good."